The ol’ spam box is once again filling up with pathetic hilarity.
Comment from Chau Guilbeault on Squash Blossom Necklace, Part 3: This post is fairly good. Ever considered writing pro?
Fairly good? And you think that’s good enough for pro? Are you insulting me or praising me? Oh wait, you’re just a troll.
Comment from Chubby on Me vs. My Toothbrush: Hey, subtle must be your midlde name. Great post!
Subtle is the exact opposite of my middle name. Perhaps you didn’t notice that in this post I’m frankly expressing dismay over the fact that I’m 28 years old and still can’t brush my teeth without whacking myself in the cheek with a sudsy toothbrush. You should already know by now that my middle name is Louise, as bemoaned in Suzanna Luzy Silly Louise Testicles-Spears.
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Comment from Darrance on My ‘Huzzbin’: In the complicated world we live in, it’s good to find slimpe solutions.
Why didn’t your mom name you Clarance? Isn’t it ironic that you can spell complicated, but not simple? And if by ‘solutions’ you mean ‘a complete surrender of proper enunciation,’ then sure, we found a solution in huzzzzbinn.
Comment from Josie on A Conversation With My Dog, Esther: So that’s the case? Quite a revelation that is.
I couldn’t agree with you more. The high pitch, googly-woogly, auto-pilot, repetitious nonsense that spills forth from my lips when I’m conversing with Esther is nothing short of a revelation. But why didn’t you answer my question?
Comment from Emmeline on The Thankful Game, Part 14: It’s wondruefl to have you on our side, haha!
I’m thankful for a comment filtration system that keeps your nonsense from trolling my blog.
And I’m thankful for mason jars.
I’m thankful that Brian hasn’t asked me to take down my candy cane nativity yet.
And I’m thankful that when you misspell wonderful, it just makes me feel better about myself.